You’ve heard of Journey, no doubt. Maybe you weren’t fortunate enough to play thatgamecompany’s beloved exploration title because it was a PlayStation 3 exclusive, but you’ve surely heard of it.
If you don’t immediately think of busting through walls as Rambi in Donkey Kong Country (DKC) when you see someone playing Tembo the Badass Elephant, then you clearly were not a
In Strike Vector EX players will be able to use 10,000 different combinations to customize their mech-inspired ships. Whenever a game has that level of customization options, gamers understandably …
If you’re reading this, you don’t understand. You can’t understand. I can’t either, of course. I’m not blind. Beyond Eyes‘ Rae is, and that must make life terrifying and confusing, doubly so when the game takes her outside of the familiar confines of her home.
While it’s not entirely clear if “lifetime” means “forever” or perhaps for the lifetime of the Xbox One, one thing is for sure: you won’t be seeing Cuphead or Ashen on any other consoles for a long time.
Some games are grand adventures. Others are a thinking man’s puzzlers. Others still are character-driven narratives. And then there are those games that ask you to stab the crap out of other gamers until their avatars are dead, then do it some more when they respawn. Swordy is the latter.